Volunteer Work at an Artisan Shop in Ecuador

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Volunteer Work at an Artisan Shop in Ecuador

Work as a volunteer at an artisan shop in Ecuador. A catalyst for change in the community the “taller” was the first group to consciously create an environmentally sustainable source of income in the community, more than 10 years ago. Mariana and Renee now sell modern and traditional jewellery and crafts made from seeds and other materials that they sustainably grow and harvest in the cloud forest.

Volunteer at the Artisan Shop and Learn to Make Jewellry from Seeds an Natural Materials

As volunteer in Ecuador you will work in their shop and learn to make crafts and jewellery. You will be introduced to the history of reforestation efforts in the community, and the indigenous story of the Yumbo people.

With your Artistic Talents  you can help the People Generating Income in a Creative and Sustainable Way

If you are an artsy, want to help a low-income community and be close to their culture, this is a perfect match for you to do all of this and be immersed in a new culture and language!

Feel Inspired to Volunteer in Ecuador?

Find the complete information about volunteer work in Ecuador here, and proceed with your application.

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2 Comments so far

Karin DomnickPosted on11:45 pm - Oct 15, 2017


I am a retired academic (age 68) and practicing sculptor and silversmith, planning to visit Ecuador from Jan 1 to May1 2018. This posting sounds very interesting to me. However, I would like a little more information. Where is it located, what are the living arrangements , what are the associated costs and how many other volunteers are there in the area.



    Affordable Volunteer AbroadPosted on7:45 am - Nov 14, 2017

    Dear Karin, thank you for your kind message. I have forwarded your inquiry to Felipe Murray, the coordinator who will get in touch with you and provide more details. Kind regards, Lennart (Webmaster)

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